Some video from early on in my practice session today.
I noticed — in addition to the obvious that my full swings weren't all that similar to my practice backswings — that I wasn't getting as much turn as I'd like, so then I finished my session with these feels:
Right forearm stays internally rotated and very horizontal, early.
Pivot carries the arm structure to the top.
Honestly I made some backswings where I'm pretty sure I didn't even see the golf ball at A4, I'd turned so much, but they were hit solidly too.
And even the early swings were better than my swings a month ago.
Here's what I mean by the turn. Right elbow a little close to me, turn < 90°, etc. Good adjustment to make, but even before, my right shoulder was better here.
Some of the work on my body "flow" is really good, IMO. @mvmac will hopefully agree.
This is about as good as it has looked in awhile, even if I'm still manipulating the shaft and hands a bit on these downswings. It's reduced, and I've always done a decent job of getting open here.
Ok, and I assume they roll over if the lowest score is a tie? With forty players then I assume most holes are tied in birdie and rolled over. What happens when there are six skins (eg) riding on 18 and the lowest score was achieved by 2 or more players. Play off, putting comp, Rock, paper scissors?